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contracted by immigrations and being cch it's to facilitate the removal from the united states of people when they're ordered removed. >> immigration detention has a dark history. hundreds of cases of physical and sexual abuse have been documented. from 2003, to 2009, over 100 people died in ice custody. the obama administration announced they would reform the system. among ice officials, broward is held up as a model of that reform. >> what you'll see in broward as compared to certainly a county jail or some of our other more secure detention facility is a lot of freedom of movement, you see an interior space where people when they leave their rooms and they're housed in rooms rather than cells are pretty much free to walk anywhere between the perimeter of the -- within the perimeter of the building including outside. >> relatively speaking it looks great, it's probably the facility where most people want to be if they have to be in detention. but it's certainly not an alternative to detention which we were being told by officials it was, when it first opened. >> cheryl has been defending im
. and when that happens, we'll be looking at a little issue known as immigration reform. asive mandvi reports. >> some members of the house think that it's time for congress to finally enact sweeping immigration reform. going so far as to get arrested for the causement but calmer voices have some reasonable concerns. immigration expert dennis michael lynch. >> there are people who are coming here who want to come to cut your lawn and have a better life. but there are people who want to cut your throat. >> yes, not just one type of illegal immigrant, there are two. >> an they're impossible to tell apparent. >> in the event that amnesty is illegal, then what happens to america, we could find ourselve with another 9/11. >> okay. listen, stop soft selling, give it to me straight. >> we could suffer another 9/11, some of them have machine gun, other ones have big huge packages in the way of drugs, your daughter or my daughter is being raped by a gang of thugs. >> i don't want by kids getting hit by anybody who is driving a car drunk, especially somebody who shouldn't be here, without doesn't have
for to pass conference of immigration reform now that the government shutdown is over, we spend the hour with one of the leading dutch people leading a fight, democratic representative luis gutierrez of illinois. he has been working to improve immigration policy since he won his congressional seat in the early 1990s. most recently he helped author a bipartisan proposal for reform in the house. the number of undocumented immigrants deported since president obama took office is set to hit 2 million -- more than under any other president. in the time since the senate pass immigration reform bill in july, the department of homeland security has deported 100,000 people. during his weekly address, obama called on the house to follow the senate sleep. the job ofd finish fixing our broken immigration system. there is a broad coalition across america behind this effort from business leaders to faith leaders to law enforcement. it would grow our economy. it would secure our borders. the senate has already passed a bill with strong bipartisan support. now the house should, too. the majority of amer
, a broader budget deal, immigration reform. >> you don't like a particular policy, or a particular president. argue for your position. go out and win an election. >> reporter: g.o.p. leaders, note that house republicans did win their elects from 2012, and control that chamber. and are getting cover from the senate republicans, who voted against the think about deal, and say that fight over healthcare continues. >> this law is not ready to be implemented, something is wrong. >> reporter: president out theed that annuaedthat an -- touted tl budget deficit -- >> and when president complained about a previous debt ceiling fight that hurt the economy, but provided spending cuts that lowers the deficit. lou. lou: thank you, ed. >> ed heenery. >> wall street enjoying the brief reprieve from beltway drama, stocks recovered. following somewhat weaker than expected earnings reports but slightly better than expected economic reports. the dow down 2 points, s&p up 12, closing at new record high, enazdaq up 24 on the day. president is expected to nominate a new homeland security secretary tomorrow aftern
that long promised immigration reform deal. >> passing a budget, immigration reform, farm bill. those are three specific things that would make a huge difference in our economy right now. >> all right. so there we have it. the agenda laid out. joining me now, democratic congresswoman, joe ezoe lofgren california. senator ted cruz says he would not rule out the threat of shutting down the government once again in the future. do you think more moderate republican colleagues of yours in the house would ever let that happen again? >> well, i certainly hope not. the remaining moderates did not want this shutdown, but i didn't observe that they were able to stop it. so i really think it's up to the republican leadership in the house not to go down such a reckless and disastrous course again. >> we heard the president there come out yesterday saying he wants congress to move on immigration reform and it looks like that really does rest on the house and you're on what used to be the house gang of eight to come up with a bill. three republicans have since dropped out so you're a group of five.
much. the shutdown is over now. next on president obama's agenda, that, of course, immigration reform. >> we should finish the job of fixing our broken immigration system. >> so will he republicans need to bend again, or will the democrats give on immigration debate? that is next on "around the world." [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> with the fiscal crisis temporarily averted, president obama made it clear, one of his next big priorities is to get an immigration bill passed. >> we should finish the job of fixing our broken immigration system. there's already a broad coalition across america that's behind this effort of comprehensive immigration reform from business leaders to faith leaders
to nationalistic groups, and people consider the problems coming from illegal immigrants, but this is not actually true. a legal immigrants pay their money to police. if you compare my brother's family that are immigrants because they come from another region and rossa -- in russia, and they live in similar conditions, so there is no real difference. >> it is nationalism. then, how do you explain the violence we saw over the weekend? >> this thing called a race riot i think is a mistake. a race riot is when the minority riot against happened is an ethc majority riots against an influx of migrants. it is more like a racist riot. these outbreaks of violence have become very common in russia since 2006. you have one or two annually, mostly in villages or small town centers. the reason comes down to corruption. the police are so embedded in corruption that local ethnic russians don't feel they are being protected. construction and agricultural work, and without the proper documentation, without proper health insurance, which leads to a situation where you have large populations living in shacks, livin
a balanced approach to the budget. he wants to get back to immigration reform. this has taken up a lot of washington's time. barack obama wants to get back to his priorities now. no more fiscal fighting with republicans. >> in other news, there has been another series of blasts in iraq. more than 50 people were killed thursday. most bombs going off in the capital, baghdad. at least seven car bombings there. two communities also targeted today by suicide bombers. this is a major holiday. november 23 and 24th, that is where a conference aimed at bringing both sides of the syrian conflict together should take place. syria's deputy prime minister made the announcement in russia, which has been trying, along with the u.s., to organize the talks for months. there are still challenges ahead getting all sides to the table. >> more than a year after geneva agreed to a more traditional -- transitional plan, the syrian deputy prime minister confirmed the united nations has tentatively set dates on the 23rd or 24th of november. he would not be derailed by infighting in the syrian opposition whethe
of other tradeoffs which would put the country on a better course, immigration. what do you think about that? >> as reid told us yesterday he's not going to do that. >> progress i was and democrats relax on the tax issue. >> i don't see the point of trading taxes for entitlement reform. if you look at it from this perspective, slightly a different angle than ezra is taking, the purpose is to fund a social safety net. why would you give up the social safety net to get more tax revenue. >> his argument is, and josh, i would love to get your perspective ongoing, ezra's point, you can deal on sequester levels, use some of the funds there to invest in infrastructure or education, but the question of raising taxes is just going to be the republicans will never come to the table on that. >> i think it's true to an extent. i think what ezra tries to do is take a hard eyed look at what is possible in this environment. i do think there are positive things the democrats could accomplish in terms of loosening up sequester rules, maybe raising spending caps a little bit. the danger, though, you're i
the charge for immigration reform in the u.s. house of representatives. the program is about an hour. >> congressman, good to see you. let's have a conversation. a liberal or conservative. i think we share about from puerto rico. we're both committed committed to immigration reform. i found the book fascinating as great storytelling. have a great sense of humor. are some fantastic and it is here and i recommend everyone they should read this book. pitino, non-latino, a fabulous book. as i read it, two words came to mind. identity and empowerment, two words that describe luis gutierrez. a commitment to your roots for your puerto rican identity. it's a fair assessment of who you are quite >> yeah, i think we try to describe for the reader, what is it that luis gutierrez has a vocation for immigrants and immigration reform. why has he made that a priority? is to read the book on the begin to understand my mom and dad left nothing in puerto rico. they had nothing. they had no future. they've gone to grade school and then they came to america without a coat, without language, with nothing
there is a small community of immigrants for whom it has been especially difficult. >> reporter: they, stranded on the roof of their mobile home for hours. they saw neighbor's trailers float by, and then their home was ripped off of its foundation. so they are living here now. seven people sharing one room in a friend's home. struggling to rebuild their lives and their legal identity. and they are not alone. >> immigrant families are having to rely on friends and family and move into homes where they are allowed a room or share a living room so their children can sleep. >> reporter: the doctor works with the immigrant community in greeley, colorado, her nonprofit organization assists some 300 immigrants who have lost documents they can't afford to replace. >> replacement of birth certificates, green cards, work permits. >> reporter: the one place work immigrants could get help is the federal government. federal agencies like fema say getting immigrants back on their feet is their priority, not deportation. but immigrants don't trust them. >> the church is being involved in things like trying to
approach to a responsible budget. he also called for finishing the work on comprehensive immigration reform and passing a farm bill. plenty to chew on today to add a little depth and perspective, our chief congressional correspondent dana bash up on the hill, senior white house correspondent jim acosta over at the white house. jim, a lot of us thought that maybe the president would extend an olive branch to the republicans. did not necessarily completely materialize. he was pretty tough. >> reporter: that's right, wolf. i think what happened was president obama extended that olive branch and proceeded to beat the tea party with it for several minutes during those remarks at the white house. we were expecting him to sort of talk about bipartisanship, and he did that somewhat. but the expectation was based on what the president said last night, i'm willing to work with anybody. i never believe the democrats have a monopoly on good ideas. there are no winners here, there is no economic rational for all of this. it's encouraged our enemies. it's emboldened our competitors. he talked about the f
more secure, respond to national disasters and make our immigration system more effective and fair. addressing any one of these challenges is a tall order. addressing all of them at once is a moment umtal task but that's what the dedicated men and women of homeland security do every day. i'm proud to announce my choice to lead them, an outstanding publ public sevvant i've known and trusted for years, mr. jeh johnson. we're enormously greatful to janet nep pal tan no, she's made her move to sunny california, overseeing the higher education system in that great state and i know she's going to do an outstandi outstanding job there with the incredible young people in our largest state. we all deeply appreciate the terrific job she did over the last four and a half years. i want to thank rand barris for his service and stepping in as acting secretary after janet left. thanks in no small part to janet's leadership and her team, we've done more to protect our homeland against those who wish to do us harm. we have strengthened our borders and taken steps to make sure immigration system bet
's cover story...has the friction in congress caused a setback for the jobs recovery... plus...immigration reform is on the back burner...but not for long. what one congressman has to say about future of the legislation. and...stocks and the to make money off the congressional blip. first business starts now! you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas good morning! it's tuesday, october 15th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: it's crunch time! there are now just 2 days left before our nation reaches its debt limit and can no longer afford to pay its bill. stocks raced higher on hopes a deal will happen before the deadline. the dow rallied 64 points, the nasdaq 23 and the s&p 7. gold fell 4 dollars and oil drifted 24 cents lower. coldwater creek reportedly is evaluating its options in what the ceo calls a "challenging" retail environment. shares of the women's clothing store closed last a $1.26. south dakota is reeling from a sudden ice and snow storm that wiped out thousand of cattle. ranchers are still trying to get the exa
obama is pushing a new agenda for the rest of of year and he wants to renew the push for immigration reform which is stalled. a congressman who at one point supported immigration reform now says "it would be crazy for the house republican leadership to enter into negotiations with him, obama, on immigration because his goal now is to destroy the republican party." do you agree with the congress labrador? >> immigration reform is something the country needs. no one disagrees we have a broken immigration system. we do not have mechanisms to enforce our immigration laws. the issues have to be dressed. what the congress plan is addressing is something i hear from opponents all the time and it is a valid point: you have a government and a white house that is consistently decided to ignore the law or how to apply it. the law is on the books. they decide what parts of it to apply and which parts newt apply and issue their own waivers without congressional oversight. they say you will pass an immigration law that has both some legalization aspect and some enforcement. what is not to say the
for now. that was immigration reform -- immigration reform was one of the issues. there are other items he wants to get to. will he get to that? or will republicans and democrats continue to have to have this conversation about coming up with a budget and also getting people signed up for obamacare? >> i'm not sure what immigration reform has to do with a budget deadline that now looms in mid-january. >> in his speech he says we have done it, we have done it, i signed a law, and now let's get back to business. one was a farm bill and one was immigration. >> i think the gop should pass their version of things and let the senate say ya or ya. if obama is willing to come through, let the gop pass it. what will happen is reid will say, no, we are not voting on that. we are not going to put our guys on the spot, our guys and our girls. you have 21 democrat seats at stake here at my latest count. if they lose 10 or 12 of those seats mitch mcconnell becomes the majority leader. that's the last thing obama will want. i don't think he will answer much in the way of entitlement reform because he kno
for immigration reform which is stalled in the house. one senator now says, "it would be crazy for the house republican lip to enter negotiations with him, obama, on immigration because his goal now is to destroy the republican party." do you agree? >> number one immigration reform is something the country needs. no would would disagree we have a broken system. we don't have mechanisms in place to enforce the laws, the issues have to be dressed. what he is dressing is something i hear from o poends all the time and that is this -- you have a government and a white house that consistently ignored the law and how to apply it. it's on the books, they decide which parts to apply and which not to apply. they issue their own waivers, and what they say is you're going to pass a legalization law with some enforcement. what's to say that this white house won't come back and cancel the enforcement part of it. they make a very legitimate point, but certainly the president has undermined the effort. >> but do you agree it would be crazy to deal with pressing forward with immigration reform because of th
of the year. one of th@i key items is he wants to renew his push for immigration reform which is stalled in the house. congressman labrador who at one point was supporting it said this it would be crazy for the house leadership to enter into negotiations with obama on tkpwaeugs because his goal -- on immigration because had i goal now is to destroy the republican party. do you agree? >> number one, immigration reform is something the party needs. i don't think anyone would disagree we have a broken immigration system. we do not have mechanisms in place to effectively enforce our immigration laws. what congressman labrador is addressing is something i hear from opponents all the time. you have a government and white house that consistently decided to ignore the law or how to apply it. look at the health care law. they decide which parts of it to apply and which parts not to apply. they issue their own waivers without congressional oversight. what they say is you're going to pass an immigration law that has legalization aspect and some enforcement. what's not to say this white house won't
street and main street? >>> and what is next, immigration reform, helping the nation's farmers as the dust settles, a call for congress to move forward. >> counting the cost of the government shutdown, the human cost. the lost productivity and the damaged reputations. tonight we'll look at the toll it has taken on the country. and with federal employees back to work, congress and the white house face major challenges. they have just three months to find a solution. >> at a moment when our economic recovery demands more jobs, more momentum, we've got yet another self-inflicted crisis that's set our economy back and for what? >> while the 800,000 government workers affected by the shutdown will be getting back pay, there is still the question of a long term budget solution. last night's deal left the u.s. borrow through february 7th and funds the government and its workers through january 15th of next year. libby casey looks forward to capitol hill. >> capitol hill quiet this day if in dramatic contrast to washington, d.c, workers got back on the job and the restaurants and cafes
crash. >>> the road to recover any colorado proving to be a long one, how immigrants were hit especially hard by disastrous 234r5ding. flooding. one town in norway used to spending its winters in the dark is sh shedding a little light on the situation thanks to science. what happens when social media uncovers unheard, fascinating news stories? it drives discussion across america. >> share your story on tv and online. >>> researchers have created the first robotic fish. the fish was built to mimic the movements of a real fish, researchers in singapore say the robot can do many things from protecting leaks in pipelines to formerring stealth emil terry missions. it can be a equipped with senatorses cameras and and g.m. s. >>> ray tiny town of are in norway has spent all of its time in the winter in the dark. this year they are doing something different. >> we take the mirror and deflect the one down to us. >> large mountains block the town sub in the town, so they have set up three massive mirrors to reflect sunlight. the miles an hour on his follow the bath of the sun to beat the mountain
a budget, comprehensive immigration reform and a farm bill. at first glance nothing seems too controversial on this list, but if you take into account the way washington has been operating, it could be. >> i understand we will not suddenly agree on everything now that the cloud of crisis has passed. we shouldn't fail to act on areas that we do agree or could agree just because we don't think it's good politics. just because the extremes in our party don't like the word "compromise." >> minority leader mitch mcconnell saying another government shutdown is off the table. he told the national review, quote, one of my favorite sayings is an old kentucky saying. there's no education in the second kick of a mule. the first kick of the mule was in 1995. the second one was the last 16 days. a government shutdown is off the table. we're not going to do it. but senator ted cruz is not ruling that out. >> i would do anything, and i will continue to do anything i can to stop the train wreck that is obama care, and i think our focus should not be on d.c. politics. it should be on the people who are gett
's good feeling about the efforts that have been made in immigration and, by the way, we're doing this together with the afl-cio. and if you put the business community in the afl-cio together, the labor unions and more of them, guess what, it is a significant interest group. but there's a lot of support but not as much opposition. look, we have to get a few things done in the house. i don't think they'll pass a great big comprehensive bill. but i think they'll do three or four more things that have to be in that bill and then we'll have the opportunity to go to conference. the best thing about it, just think about it, pass the bill in the senate, pass the bill in the house. go to conference, get a result, and have the president sign it. hey, government still works. >> i would suggest that the speaker may be stronger today than it was four weeks ago. numb to ber one, he got a standing ovation last week. conservatives fighting for a month said no one would challenge him now. they're erring out a proverbial balloon that he had to do. the chairman of the judiciary committee like the s
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, immigration, regulatory systems, so that we can continue to ramp up our productivity and reclaim and what i would say accelerate our competitive edge. we need to get busy seizing the extraordinary opportunities we have in this country today to create jobs, drive growth, and generate government revenues. how? by developing all kinds of energy, more on that in a minute. and by rapidly expanding our commercial relationships within the two biggest trading blocks in the world, europe and the asian pacific. until we act on these underlying challenges and opportunities, the kind of spending and debt standoff we endured in the past few weeks will repeat itself over and over again. and our debt will pile higher and higher. so the chamber is going to focus its efforts on a few key opportunities and a few key challenges. first the opportunities. immigration. we're in a good position. there's still an appetite to get comprehensive immigration reform done this year. we're not sure quite -- maybe we'll extend this year a few months. but we're really hot after it. and there's still strong support amongst
in colorado. rebuilding ha has been tough, ba small community of immigrants has found building especially thank you. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: roamero and their family were stranded on the roof of their trailer home for hours during the historic flood of september. they saw neighbors trailers float by, and then their home was ripped off it's foundation. so they're living here now, seven people sharing one room in a friend's home. a struggling family to rebuild their lives and identity. and they're not alone >> we're seeing immigrant families have to rely on friends and family and move into homes where they're allowed a room, or they share a living room so their children can sleep. >> reporter: she works with the immigrant community in greeley, colorado. their non-profit organization assists 300 immigrants. documents that they can't afford to replace. >> replacement of birth certificates, and green cards and work permits. >> the one place that they could get help to replace their documents is the federal government. saying that getting immigrants back on their feet is a priority bu
immigration and what perspective he brings to that. his experience at the pentagon does not stretch into that realm nearly as much or the natural disaster realm as it does some of the other legal issues that the defense department tackles. >> libby after we just went through such a contentious period, and there was so much division on capitol hill, is there a sense that anybody has the stomach for a fight over a presidential nomination? >> not necessarily in this case, but members of congress feel very strongly about an individual they will let their points be known. what sometimes happens, though, is a member of the potential cabinet will get caught up in the bickering and a nominee will get held up because of other political fights, so that can happen on one hand. on the other hand there is the actual look at jeh johnson what he brings to the job, what some of the positives and negatives are. we'll hear the president talk about why he thinks he is the nominate. this job comes with a lot of focus and scrutiny, and the big portfolio that we talked about. >> libby we just showed our
of the show. >> the fall out raising new questions, coming up, why some say immigration reform -- >> coming up doctor charged with murdering his wife. >> why police are calling teacher a hero. farmer: hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what? >>> the airlines mean went down last wednesday during a heavy storm. it struck a river bank and then plowed into a river. >> after a two and a half week delay we are getting a look now at last month's job's numbers. employers added 148,000 jobs during september. >> oh, it is wonderful that he admitted that finally. it has been a obsession, this has been a diversion for the american people and obstructi obstructionist not only the american people. >> in what way? >> not only has he promised improvement but so have the republicans, elect us to take over the house and americ
including immigration and disaster relief. as she left the job, janet napolitano said a cyber strike is inevitable. >> looking back over the past 4 1/2 years i can say that there's one takeaway, one object lesson and core operating principle that i've learned and embraced as secretary, it's this. in a world of evolving threats, the key to our success is the ability to be flexible and agile. >> reporter: johnson's nomination is likely to generate controversy among the president's supporters on the left because the president endorsed the bush era drone campaign but enlarged the list to cover u.s. americans. he said dr. king would recognize the u.s. military cannot lay down its arms leaving the country vulnerable to terrorist attacks. sources who work within homeland security questioned whether johnson has a strong enough management background for the job adding the department's internal security mission is a far cry from his position at the defense department. >> thank you. at the top of the show as we told you the shutdown is over. the debt limit is propped up a little higher tonight
out there? people complain about the deficit? how about let's doing immigration. a trillion dollars, something that is fair and reasonable that this country has needed for a long time. so i look forward to the next venture, is making sure we do immigration reform. we're going to continue extending our hands to the republicans and hope they will come to the table in good faith with the desire to compromise. senator durbin. >> so many times throughout the history of the united states, it has taken the united states senate to resolve national challenges, and to resolve a national debate. it happened again tonight, on the floor of the united states senate. more than 80 senators from both political parties stood up and ended this 15-day ordeal that has been suffered by the people of the united states of america, by federal workers and by those who depend on their good service. i can't describe to you the feeling on the floor during the course of these two votes. the bipartisanship, the comraderie, the friendship that i felt, it was such a relief from what we have been through. let's pray
areas of focus. >> passing a budget, immigration reform, farm bill. those are three specific things that would make a huge difference in our economy right now. >> at the top of that list, those charged with the task paul ryan and patty murray have begun talking and are hoping for the best. >> i want to have a bunl agreement that gets this debt and deficit under control, that does right by future generations and helps us grow the economy. we're going to try to find out if we can have an agreement that does that. >> chairman ryan knows i'm not going to vote for his budget. i know he's not going to vote for mine. we're going to find the common ground between the two budgets we can vote on and that's our goal. >> in the next 90 days optimism will be critical. discretionary spending in the budgets is $91 billion apart. no one understands better than the president who acknowledged congress will need more than just a positive outlook. >> all my friends in congress, understand how business is done in this town has to change. >> joining me mark halperin editor-at-large and senior political a
, such as comprehensive immigration reform, could move forward. but today, fresh off signing a budget compromise to reopen the federal government, the president addressed the country and laid out with surprising clarity his immediate legislative agenda. >> first, in the coming days and weeks, we should sit down and pursue a balanced approach to a responsible budget. number two, we should finish the job of fixing our broken immigration system. number three, we should pass a farm bill. so, passing a budget, immigration reform, farm bill. those are three specific things that would make a huge difference in our economy right now. >> of course, in order for these bills to move forward, they'd have to pass the house of representatives. perhaps you've heard of it. that's the same house that just allowed a minority of its republican members to shut down the government for no ostensible reason. joining me now is bob herbert, a distinguished senior fellow at demos, former "new york times" columnist, and congressman mark polkhan. already everybody's starting to talk about what this budget deal is going to look like,
finish the job of fixing our broken immigration system. there's already a broad coalition across america that's behind this effort of comprehensive immigration reform. from business leaders to faith leaders to law enforcement. in fact, the senate has already passed a bill with strong bipartisan support that would make the biggest commitment to border security in our history, would modernize our legal immigration system, make sure that everybody plays by the same rules, makes sure that the folks who came here illegally have to pay a fine and back taxes and meet their responsibilities, that bill has already passed the senate. and economists estimate that if that bill passes law, our economy would be $1.4 trillion in new economic growth. the majority of americans think this is the right thing to do. and it's sitting there waiting for the house to pass it. now, if the house has ideas on how to improve the senate bill, let's hear them. let's start the negotiations. but let's not leave this problem to keep festering for another year or two years or three years. this can and should get done by
. the immigration message from these protesters tonight. >> and a driver crashes into a store pinning two young kids against the wall. the quick action that others took to get those boys free. good evening, i'm ken basety bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. failed to reach a deal on a new contract. kristen ayers is outside fbiu headquarters and commuters need to have alternate plans for the morning. kristen. >> reporter: we may get an update in a short amount of time. the breaking point came down to a group of work rules. bart wanted workers to work 40 hours a week before logging overtime. they wanted workers to receive their pay stubs electronically rather than on paper. those small differences, enough to spark a strike. after 36 hours of marathon negotiating, the clash came and it was nasty. >> it's not management that asked for a strike, it's the union. >> this is not a union strike. this is a management strike. brought on by absolute arrogance. >> public jabs taken as a strike was announced. the nation's top negotiator walked out. >> george, who is a top mediator has left. he pretty
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